Personally, I’m a huge true crime fanatic! I love crime novels and documentaries. So here’s a list of the best true crime documentaries, from a true crime fanatic!
Evil Genius: The True Story Of Americas Most Diabolical Bank Heist
This crazy true story has so many twists and turns I don’t even want to write a description of it. This docu-series is super underrated and, in my opinion, is one of the best I’ve ever seen.
Watch it now on Netflix.
Buzzfeed Unsolved True Crime
This hilarious but seriously interesting series stars Ryan and Shane, two friends who discuss the worlds greatest unsolved mysteries and the possible theories surrounding them.
This is my personal favourite series I’ve ever seen! They discuss everything from well-known cases such as the Zodiac killer and the case of JonBenet Ramsey to lesser-known cases such as the case of room 1046 and the case of Ken Rex McElroy.
Conversations With A Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes
This eerie series tells the story of one of Americas most notorious serial killers, Ted Bundy, and contains the tapes from his confession.
There is also a movie based on Ted Bundy which stars Zac Efron called, Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile.
You can watch this documentary on Netflix
This short docuseries is perfect for someone interested in the science behind police investigations. Each episode is about a different type of forensic evidence, video forensics, blood splatter, cadaver dogs, and touch DNA.
This is a Netflix documentary.
If you’ve run out of true crime to watch, here’s a few great crime tv shows…
The People V OJ Simpson
This dramatisation of the OJ Simpson trial was directed by Glees Ryan Murphy and stars David Schwimmer and John Travolta.
This is a great (and accurate) portrayal of the events of the infamous OJ Simpson murder trial. It’s perfect for fans of courtroom dramas such as How To Get Away With Murder.
It’s available on Netflix
Other true crime dramatisations
How To Get Away With Murder (Netflix)
Criminal Minds (Amazon Prime)
Criminal United Kingdom (Netflix)
Dirty John (Netflix)
Do you enjoy true crime documentaries?
Note: viewer discretion is advised when watching these shows.